Where to warm up in Toronto

February 10, 2018 / Toronto

Hot spots in the city

You don’t need to spend your winter bundled up indoors. From Hawaiian-inspired bars to indoor beaches, Toronto has it all. If you’re looking for a break from the windchill, we’ve got you covered. Leave your parka at home and let’s ride.

Have a luau

Mai Tais or piña coladas? Toronto is home to many indoor tropical retreats. Transport yourself to one of these tiki-inspired bars and restaurants.

Bump, set, and spike

If you’re not a big fan of winter sports, Beach Blast is where you want to be. This year-round indoor beach volleyball court will take you back to those summer days—minus the sunburn.

Beach Blast15 Leswyn Rd, Toronto, ON 

Get lost in a museum

From ancient Norse mythology to glittery footwear, experience culture and brush up your trivia skills at a local museum.

Relax at a spa

Toronto’s frigid winter conditions can affect your mind and body. Unwind and nama-stay in a hot tub, steam room, or sauna this winter.

Allan Gardens

Just when you thought that all the greenery in the city has dwindled. Allan Gardens Conservatory is an incubator for all types of plants. Pro tip: The conservatory is organized by climates so for the ultimate warm-up, go explore the cacti.

Allan Gardens Conservatory19 Horticultural Ave, Toronto, ON

Track & Field Bar

Although the ground outside may be laden with snow, you can still find grass at Track & Field Bar. Round up your friends, grab a beer, and play bocce.

Track & Field Bar: 860 College St, Toronto, ON 


The PATH is the largest underground shopping complex in the world. With more than 1,200 stores and over 30km in connected walkways, you won’t need your mittens to explore this mall. 

PATHHere’s a map of the PATH.